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Mudenda attacked by Zimbabwean UK-based blogging thug

Government is engaging host countries to ensure Zimbabwean public officials receive adequate security when on international duty where they continue to be hounded by individual opposition-aligned elements, a Cabinet minister has said. Government has since condemned the continued humiliation of its officials while outside the country, with the latest target being Speaker of the National Assembly, Advocate Jacob Mudenda, who… Read More
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Man dies after he was ‘tortured’ by police and denied access to doctor

Left to die … Hilton Tamangani was allegedly tortured in police custody before death in prison HARARE – A man tortured in police custody died on Friday night after prison authorities denied him access to a doctor, his lawyers said. In a statement, the Zimbabwe Lawyers for Human Rights said Hilton Tamangani died at Harare Remand Prison “after he was… Read More
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MDC leadership wrangle: Khupe scores against Chamisa again

THE Supreme Court has upheld position by MDC-T leader Thokozani Khupe who argued she had the right to challenge former party rival, Nelson Chamisa’s appeal. Chamisa suffered a blow in May this year when the High Court ruled that he was not the legitimate leader of the main opposition. This followed the death of founding party President Morgan Tsvangirai February… Read More
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Shielded for 7 years, army chief’s wife to stand trial for murder

Divorce … Then Brigadier Francis Mutisi (centre) and Zimbabwe National Army commander Lt Gen Phillip Valerio Sibanda seen with President Mnangagwa, then defence minister, in Beatrice in 2013 HARARE – The wife of a brigadier general who was a suspect in the 2012 murder of her nephew is only being prosecuted seven years later – coincidentally as her husband has… Read More
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Chamisa appoints Advocate Thabani Mpofu for MDC top post

HARARE – MDC leader Nelson Chamisa has appointed famed lawyer Advocate Thabani Mpofu to lead an anti-corruption committee that the party has just formed. In a statement on Wednesday MDC said, “President Nelson Chamisa has appointed Advocate Thabani Mpofu to lead the Integrity and Accountability Panel (IAP) which shall enforce a Zero Tolerance policy to corruption in all MDC led… Read More
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New documents suggest ex-tourism minister Mupfumira wrongly charged

Priscah Mupfumira charged with crime of getting vehicle loan for which she had Cabinet authority Corruption charges … New documents suggest Priscah Mupfumira was wrongly charged HARARE – The Zimbabwe Anti-Corruption Commission (ZACC) charged former tourism minister Priscah Mupfumira with an offence without having investigated the matter, new documents suggest. Mupfumira, who is out on bail after spending two months… Read More
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Grace Mugabe fights diamond dealer lawsuit

HARARE – Former first lady Grace Mugabe has filed notice that she will fight a US$3.9m lawsuit in which she is being sued along with her son Russell Goreraza and the Zimbabwe Republic Police (ZRP). Diamond dealer Jamal Hamed and six of his companies filed summons against Mugabe, Goreraza, ZRP commissioner-general Godwin Matanga and two police officers, Kennedy Fero and… Read More
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Video: Court Police Officers running for dear life as man turn monster after guilty verdict

A judge’s guilt verdict has caused a simple man to become a monster. As soon as the verdict was passed the man lost it and began behaving uncontrolled as seen in the video below. Even the Police Officers running for dear life instead of apprehending the criminal. Justice served? — Raymond Majongwe (@RMajongwe) October 3, 2019 Twitter Read More
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Meghan Markle sues British newspaper over publication of letter

LONDON (Reuters) – Meghan Markle, the wife of Britain’s Prince Harry, has started legal proceedings against the Mail on Sunday newspaper over the publication of a private letter that her lawyers said was “unlawful”. In a lengthy, emotional statement, Prince Harry said on Tuesday that the couple had taken legal action in response to what he called “bullying” by some… Read More
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